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HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE
VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY,
VOL. IX— No. 3. OCTOBER, 1902.
Entered at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., as Second-class Matter.
WM. ELLIS JONES, PRINTER,
5 South 12th Street.
ARCHER ANDERSON, CHAS. V. MEREDITH,
E. W. JAMES, E. V. VALENTINE,
Rev. W. MEADE CLARK.
EDITOR OF THE MAGAZINE,
WILLIAM G. STANARD.
1. Proceedings of Annual Meeting i-xx
2. Letters of Wm. Byrd, 2d, of Westover, Va 225
3. Papers Relating to the Administration of Gov.
Nicholson, &c 251
4. Henry County from its Formation in 1776 to the
end of the Eighteenth Century, et seq 262
5. Virginia in 1637 267
6. Abridgment of Virginia Laws, 1694... 273
7. Virginia Newspapers in the Library of Virginia
Historical Society 289
8. Selections from the Campbell Papers 298
9. Notes from the Council and General Court Re-
cords, 1641-1682 306
10. King and Queen County Deeds 309
11. Members of Virginia House of Burgesses, 1688.. 312
12. Genealogy 313
The Adams, Brooke, Herndon, Farrar, and Towles Fami-
13. Notes and Queries 327
14. Two Seventeenth Century Letters 331
15. Publications Received 334